Largest review yet of published research finds that so far there has been 'no indication' of increased riskThere is no clear evidence that radiation from mobile phones can damage public health, despite a surge in scientific studies, according to the largest review yet of published research.Scientists found no convincing proof that radio waves from mobile phones cause brain tumours or any other type of cancer, but cautioned that they had too little information to assess the risk beyond 15 years of usage.The report by the Health Protection Agency's independent advisory group on non-ionising radiation (AGNIR) said it was "important" to watch for signs of rising cancer cases, including monitoring national brain tumour trends, which so far show "no indication" of increased risk. In the review, "Health Effects from Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields" the advisory group considered hundreds of peer reviewed scientific studies that looked at the effects of mobile phone radiation...
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